I love tea, because it’s really relaxing just to have something warm or cold to sip on. Also, it keeps you hydrated,” expressed Belle Fandrick, tea expert.

Caffeinated

Earl Grey Tea

Earl grey is a black tea, and is popular related to English breakfast tea. Although both are very beneficial to the body, there are differences between the two. Earl grey tea, along with many others, contains catechin. This ingredient is a wonderful factor in teethe health. Earl grey tea also fight anxiety and depression, and is a stress reliever. Because this tea is black, it contains more caffeine than the other teas. Earl grey tea has approximately 30g of caffeine per cup.

Green Tea

Green tea is a great substitute for when one is craving matcha and doesn’t have it readily available in their home. The energy boosting tea assists in weight loss. Another big health issue green tea helps prevent is heart disease. Green tea has between 30g and 50g of caffeine per cup.  

Chai Spice

Chai Spice, chai being the Hindi word for tea, has many health benefits. When you’re feeling extra kind to your heart, drink this tea to boost it’s health. This tea also reduces their blood sugar. Chai spice helps the digestion process, so a cup of this tea will not go unnoticed. Chai Spice is the caffeinated substitute for a sugary latte. Chai spice has approximately 40g of caffeine per cup.

Blueberry Tea

Blueberry Tea is a good fruity tea for the summer. The health benefits of blueberries do transfer into this tea. They are loaded with nutrients, antioxidants, fibre, vitamin E and C. Blueberry tea has approximately  11g of caffeine per cup.

Decaffeinated

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea is a great hot beverage  when one is feeling bloated. We all know those meals that taste so delicious, we fill our tummies a lot too much. A fresh steaped peppermint tea is the choice to help ease the food baby. Headaches are common, especilly while the seasons change. Peppermint tea is kown for soothing a headache. Another upside to drinking peppermint tea is that it freshens the breath. This tea doesn’t give a dry mouth feel once the cup is enjoyed.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is the known remedy for a good nights rest. A cup of chamomile tea is beneficial before any relaxation exercise: meditation, stretchng, yoga. It also reduces inflammaton. To the ladies who experience menstrul cramps, and even men who have regular stomach pains, chamomile tea is recommended to alleviate those issues.

Lemon Ginger Tea

Lemon ginger tea contains two very important ingredients that boost the immune system. Ginger is a power food full of magnesium, iron and zinc. The lemon in this tea helps with the immunity boost, and it also supresses the appetite. If one is wanting to divert from sickness, this tea is on your side.

Cinnamon Vanilla

Cinnamon vanilla tea can be substituted when one craves a latte full of sugar. The cinnamon in this tea fights off bacteria and lowers inflammation in the body. This tea especially has a very satisfying taste.

Stash offers a wide variety of teas, and Vanilla Silk Almond is adds the perfect amount of sweetness by adding very little of it.

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